Here's how the Brentford players rated in their 1-1 draw with Millwall.

Luke Daniels

Little he could do for the goal. Made a great save from a Jed Wallace free-kcik after going down to ten men which was vital. Composed with ball at feet too. 7

Moses Odubajo

Kept speedster Jed Wallace quiet in the opening half before switching to the right back berth. Going down to ten men he was unable to offer much going forward but did his defensive duties well. 7

Sergi Canos

Grew into the game and threatened all game despite being a man light. Caused Millwall’s Meredith and Cooper problems but final ball could be better. Very surprised to see him hooked on the hour. 7

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Henrik Dalsgaard

Bad day for the skipper. Caught out for a long ball and was outpaced by Ben Thompson. 3

Mads Bech Sorensen

Fans got on his back after a couple of miss-placed passes but put in a shift. Stepped up when they went a man down. 7

Ezri Konsa

Made a number of necessary last-ditch clearances as Millwall upped the pressure in the second half. Read the game superbly and marshalled the back line well in Dalsgaard's absence. 8

Kamohelo Mokotjo

Anchored the midfield superbly against a dynamic Ben Thompson and Lee Gregory attack, knowing Da Silva and Marcondes would offer little cover. 8

Joshua Da Silva

Superb strike for the equaliser and people are seeing why he’s getting the reviews he has been. Comfortable on the ball and carried well out from deep when needed. 8

Emiliano Marcondes

Quiet day for the trickster, who floated around the park. Seemed more interested in the theatrics of the day rather than football. 5

Ollie Watkins

Had little to feed off but offered threat on the counter. Needs more awareness of those around him as he was guilty of making the wrong decision. 6

Neil Maupay

Once again put up with the rough handed-ness of the Lions defence. Had little in terms of chances so when possession did come his way he was sometimes too eager to impress. 6


Luka Racic – slotted into centreback and dealt well with the aerial threat of Tom Elliott.

Romaine Sawyers -settled the midfield in what was a very open second half.

Chiedozie Ogbene – missed a sitter.